anglosphere

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Anglosphere

(ˈæŋɡləʊˌsfɪə)
n
(Sociology) a group of English-speaking countries that share common roots in British culture and history, usually the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada
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anglosphere

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Scholars mostly from the anglophone world but also elsewhere in Europe, describe how the values developed in religious beliefs and practices shape entrepreneurship.
On this foundation, scholars from around the Anglophone world look at language as a means for self-definition and personal transformation.
The papers are organized in sections that address historical conceptualizations of mentality; Vedic Indian and Indo-European understandings of mentality; concepts of regional mentality in the Anglophone world, the Arab world, Latin America, and the Francophone world; and national mentalities in Denmark, Germany, Spain, the United States, China, and Germany.
The annual journal is produced by the Department of English, Germanic, and Romance Studies at the University of Copenhagen, and examines linguistic, cultural, historical, and other dimensions of the anglophone world.
Gianni Vattimo is well known in Italy and across Europe for taking strong positions on political matters as well as philosophical questions, but is little known in the anglophone world, where public intellectuals go ragged.
Over the last thirty years or so, the phenomenon known as the "cultural turn" has palpably recast the character and comportment of research in the humanities across the Anglophone world.
This book is her attempt to introduce Friedrich Schleiermacher, a German theologian and philosopher of prime importance, to the Anglophone world.
The Protestant reformer, often known in the anglophone world as John Calvin, was born on July 10, 1509 in northern France.
This international, translocational positioning of these writers is illuminating, though O'Toole could have provided a wider context for the New Woman phenomenon in the contemporary Anglophone world.
Among these maritime empires, the history of Portugal's contribution has been the least well known to the anglophone world.
One task for authors of the collection represents attention to similarities and variations in the reception and study of Chinese literature between the Chinese world and the Anglophone world and to analyze its causes.
In the anglophone world, the movement (if that's what it is) remains little more than a rumor.